Creating and Resolving Conflict in Fiction is not a "how to write" text. It is a user-friendly, introductory reference on the topics covered, which will enable you to understand and write about them more effectively. You don't have to read the book from cover to cover, individual chapters can be used as the topic is needed, or if you are simply looking for inspiration when building a character's psychological profile. This is an idea book. It isn't over-technical; getting you bogged down in deep psychological theory. Creating and Resolving Conflict in Fiction is specially designed to be a quick-read. No time? No problem!
Creating and Resolving Conflict in Fiction is written by an experienced writing teacher, who also has a formal background in counselling. Topics covered include the components of conflict, fuelling conflict, when a resolution cannot be found, behaviour dynamics, the types of conflict, trust, healing and peer influence.
The Four Dimensional Characterisation Series has been written to give writers an insight into the psychology that can be used to build characters and plot lines. It will assist you in building in personality traits and behaviour patterns which make them realistic, unique and believable. This book in the series, focusses on conflict in any kind of relationship. How you can create it, build it, then resolve it throughout any plot line, regardless of the characters or genre.
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